Great for travelling with friends and family
Ever heard that old saying ‘it pays to be popular’? Well now it really is true! Because, next time you get together with at least two other people to go somewhere by train, you can save together too. Simply travel in a group of 3-9 people with our East Coast Advance fares and you’ll enjoy a massive 25% off the price of tickets.
Whenever you go, these fares are low
What makes this incredible offer even better is that it’s applicable across all East Coast Advance fares in both Standard and First Class – so you can make an even bigger saving.
Save money on the tickets, spend it when you get to where you’re going
Because you’re saving money on the train tickets, you’ll have more money to spend when you get to your destination – on lunch, coffees, or whatever else takes your fancy. Plus, with a whole host of exciting destinations – including London, York, Edinburgh, Leeds and Newcastle – there’s plenty for family and friends to enjoy across the entire East Coast route. With our biggest savings ever for groups of 3-9 people, there’s never been a better time to book.
These amazing low cost group fares can only be booked online. Look out for the symbol next to the fare, when booking using the panel to the left.
Don’t miss out. Book your 3+ group tickets now, and save big on small group travel.
Terms and conditions
25% discount will be applied for bookings of 3 or more (up to a maximum of 9) on Standard or First Advance tickets. The discount applies to the offline fare. Subject to availability. Not valid in conjunction with any other offers or with Railcard discounts. Not available on the 09:52 between Aberdeen and Newcastle on Fridays. Usual Advance fare terms and conditions apply. East Coast reserves the right to withdraw, amend or replace the offer without prior notification.
Please note, there may be occasions when groups of seats are only available together in the Quiet coach. In Standard Class this is coach B. Although we will try to book groups into other coaches, unless the Quiet Coach is specified, this may not always be possible on your chosen train(s). We expect groups to respect the rules in the Quiet coach, in consideration of others within this coach.